HI guys!! My first post here. Such a cool community!
I got my nipple pierced around 5 months ago.. I have rather flat nipples and was initally told it would fall out, but I did some research and went to a more experienced piercer who was happy to pierce me.
I'd reaaaaally love to stretch it though, or a least increase the size a bit. I'm not sure of the G but I assume its around 14?
Do you guys think its too much of a risk to go bigger??
Hi! Everybody I'm new here, to start sharing my experiences I would like to share with you a pic of my nipple piercings from 3 years ago when I started streching! It wasn't painful, I've always liked nipple piercings and here I am enjoing mine, I stretched with a taper and shaving cream I know it sounds ridiculous but definetely helped the process!
yesterday I got my nipple pierced and so far I love it. I highly encourage every guy to get his nipples pierced at least once in his life. For me, I like pain and when the needle broke the skin I was more than just excited. I'm the kind of guy that if I could pierce my nipples at a 10-8g needle every day with the same pain every time I would because I love the feeling of a steel piercing needle.
I recently decided it was time to do something I had been thinking about for a very long time: I got my very first piercing. No, I didn't go with something as pedestrian as an ear (more on that a bit later). I decided to go all the way and lose my piercing virginity by getting a nipple pierced.
I did a TON of research beforehand - like an OCD amount. I finally decided to go with arguably the best that the Rocky Mountain region has to offer in piercing specialists, and went to Sol Tribe.
I've spent more than two years now accumulating pieces of titanium in my genital region, and most of that time thinking I should get my nipples pierced in order to provide some "balance". For the past few months I've actually felt a deep disappointment every time I looked at my unpierced nipples.
Eventually, this all got too much to bear, so I sent my trusty piercer a message asking her to book me in.
And so it was that yesterday I made my way to Into You in London for my appointment with the brilliant Rhianna Jones.
Both nips pierced 14 ga. 19 months ago, stretched to 12 at a year, and to 10 ga. 2 months ago. (And would eventually like to go much bigger.) It doesn't seem to matter how long they have healed - for some unknown reason one or both can start making crusties again and get really irritated. None of the touted emu & other oils had any effect at all. Someone is sure to condemn the following (someone always condemns any after-care product - without having tested it for themselves.) I know a guy that has had nip jewelry for about 10 years, and I asked him if maybe AloeVera might help?
After chickening out a few times and finally going into the piercing place last week and the Peter service gone for the day. I finally got one pieced yesterday. I am loving if so far. A fewe seconds of pain and it was only over. It has been sore off and on. I think I will go get the other one done. How long before someone else can play with it?
I was 20 the last time I was pierced. At the time I went for a frenum, which was my 8th piercing at the time. About 5 years later I took them all out except for my ear gauges.
Fast forward to Monday, 5/16/2016. I had been toying with the idea of getting my nipples pierced, and the idea had even been sort of an inside joke among friends. They all thought I was kidding around, but I've always wanted to have them done.
On March 5th went back to Byriah (piercer at Texas Tattoo Emporium) and got my nipples done. Almost a year after the PA.
Compared to the PA the pain for the nipples being pierced was worse for me and the pain stuck around for a long time. It took several hours for the pain to mostly go away. The next couple days things were a bit sensitive. Keep in mind that I seem to hang on to pain for quite a while.
I had both Nips pierced nearing a year ago, and I love them. They have grown larger (as promised), but I do not believe that such small (14 ga.) is heavy enough to stretch them and make them fully heal. How can I know if they are ready for a stretch to the next larger gauge? My piercer makes no recommendations. He only says that he will stretch them when I ask him to. If it will hurt no worse than the original piercing did, I don't worry about it - but if it is going to be more painful I need to know before the stretch. Any comment will be deeply appreciated.